Soundbites October 2017

A London firm recently introduced hangover days – like duvet days – for their workers. Could this idea work in recruitment?”

Leasa Clarke

Director and leadership consultant, SLT education recruitment

“I think hangover/duvet days are a great incentive and in moderation do work in recruitment. Smile Education introduced duvet days last year as an incentive for employees who had 100% attendance the previous year. This incentive was a very successful and a...

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